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June 25, 2022

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Provo,UT,United States

Member Since:

Jan 29, 2016

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

I hold Alta's 2K Steeplechase school record.

Short-Term Running Goals:

Recover from all injuries

Work hard

Be a strong competitor in all of my races

Long-Term Running Goals:

Leave a leagcy

Live my dream

Run the whole time

Personal:

Ran for Alta High School under the coaching of THE Rob Murphy, one of the best coaches out there. I'm currently a machine learning engineer that just trying to enjoy some runs.

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PM: 2 hours volleyball + 1.5 miles

Well guys I'm still trying to get in the habit of logging my workouts everyday so I'll give a quick summary from last week. I kept it very very low mileage (1-2 miles a day) because my shin began to act up and I don't want to take any chances with it. Today (after playing volleyball for 2 hours) I started out with the hopes of running more than 2 miles, but decided to give the shin another day before increasing the mileage so I decided just to run a quick 1.5. I kept the pace easy so as to not over irritate the shin. On the bright side, my ankle feels great! It's been getting stronger and I no longer feel any pain at all before, during, or after runs!! Just have to be careful with it and make sure I keep strengthening it.

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